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How to play the Fantasy F.C. League
The Fantasy F.C. League is based on football matches as they happen in the English FA Premier League. YOU take up the responsibility of managing your Fantasy F.C. team. This means that when one of your players scores a goal for their real life club, they also score a goal for you.

Pick your Fantasy F.C. Team
You start the game by choosing a squad of 15 players from our full list of Premiership players. But you only have 70 million to spend and you must buy no more than three players from any one Premiership Club.
 
 
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Entering the League
As soon as your team is chosen and complies with the rules all that is left for you to do is register. You will then take your place in the Fantasy F.C. league. Once the our league kicks-off, your players will begin to rack up points for your Fantasy F.C. team. Players score points for not conceding any goals and of course scoring goals, but they can also get points deducted for yellow cards, red cards, own goals and missed penalties.
 
Weekly Scores
Each week, you will be able to catch up on everything with the Fantasy F.C. results service, including players points, league table, news and loads more.
Substitutions
The above points are all things that you need to take into account, in order to maintain your Fantasy F.C. team but if you want to improve your squad, you need to bring in new talent and throw away the old and useless!

Transfers can be made at any time throughout the competition, after the transfer window opens, and consists of swapping eight of your players for another eight players (maximum two per week) not already in your squad.

Transfers may be made in order to strengthen your defense or simply to get rid of a player who is injured. Whatever the reason, transfers are an integral part of managing your squad.

These are the main features of the game as of the 1st of January 2001. However, more features may be added at different times throughout the Season. All Managers will be notified of any changes in advance.


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